Nets’ Spencer Dinwiddie’s savage response to Tobias Harris’ comments about him
Without basketball for over a week now, Philadelphia 76ers forward Tobias Harris resorted to breaking down his team’s last 112-104 overtime win over Spencer Dinwiddie and the Brooklyn Nets before the suspension of the season.
Having been active on social media as well as of late, Dinwiddie responded with a playful banter of his own directed to the Sixer.
“It’s come to my attention that @tobiasharris said they forced me left last night and it led to an L. Although that may be true, I just wanted to post a picture of the actual last time I went left in a live game with fans,” he wrote, accompanied by a photo of himself about to dunk over Harris’ defense.
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It’s come to my attention that @tobiasharris said they forced me left last night and it led to an L. Although that may be true, I just wanted to post a picture of the actual last time I went left in a live game with fans. Now back to reverse grilling Tri-Tip. Happy Quarantine 🤙🏾 #AudienceOfOne
Tobias Harris’ words may have some truth to it, as Dinwiddie does appear to favor his right side when driving to the cup.
However, Dinwiddie did in fact posterized Harris with a one-handed hammer in their match-up last December.
The Nets and Sixers, who are Atlantic Division rivals, have already played out their four scheduled meetings in the 2019-20 regular season campaign. The Sixers got the better of the Nets thrice in four meetings, winning their last three match-ups.
Philly also holds a better overall record at 39-26 (6th in the Eastern Conference), followed by Brooklyn at the seventh spot with a 30-34 slate.
Harris and Dinwiddie, meanwhile, were former teammates with the Detroit Pistons. They are both vital to their respective teams’ success this season.
Harris is averaging 19.2 points, 6.8 rebounds, and 3.2 assists in his second season with the Sixers, while Dinwiddie is tallying 20.6 points, 3.5 rebounds, and 6.8 dimes in his third season with the Nets.